Pembroke & Gower Footprint Focus Guide From the reputed birthplace of Merlin the magician to the wild countryside, the south-westerly counties of Wales are the...... more
Pembroke & Gower Footprint Focus Guide From the reputed birthplace of Merlin the magician to the wild countryside, the south-westerly counties of Wales are the most beautiful. FootprintFocus provides invaluable information on transport, accommodation, eating and entertainment to ensure that your trip includes the best of this rugged region of Wales. Full description
Offers an account of Tony Cottey's career as a professional sportsman, both on the football and cricket pitches. This book looks back over his time with Swansea...... more
Offers an account of Tony Cottey's career as a professional sportsman, both on the football and cricket pitches. This book looks back over his time with Swansea City Football Club and Glamorgan and Sussex County Cricket Clubs. It assesses his successes and shortcomings both as a player and a person.
The Trains Don't Stop There Anymore: The Life Story of a Footballing Nomad - Mike Lewis
Tells the story of Mike Lewis' life in football administration with Newport County, Tottenham Hotspur, as Media Director at Fulham, his time at Reading with...... more
Tells the story of Mike Lewis' life in football administration with Newport County, Tottenham Hotspur, as Media Director at Fulham, his time at Reading with John Madejski and his spell as Chairman at Swansea City. This book also talks about his time as co-owner of beleaguered Exeter City, the relegation of the club and his subsequent arrest.
Their Deadly Trade: Murders in Monmouthshire - Roger Williams
Book Description This is a fascinating account of some of the most notorious, bizarre and baffling cases of murder committed in the county of Monmouthshire....... more
Book Description This is a fascinating account of some of the most notorious, bizarre and baffling cases of murder committed in the county of Monmouthshire. Gripping chronicles of murders across Monmouthshire - from Abergavenny to Abertillery, Rogerstone to Risca, Newport to Usk - written in an easy-to-read style. From the 'tragedy of fearful character' at Llangibby in 1878 to the 'Forest Murder Riddle' of 1996, this book catalogues a series of notorious and bizarre cases, often taking the reader from the scene of the crime to the manhunt, and from the courtroom to the cell and often beyond - to the 'place of execution'. The gruesome and morbid tales in this book are sure to attract local / national press coverage! It contains significant archive materials - newspaper clippings, b/w photographs, line drawings etc. A similar title 'For Whom the Bell Tolls: A Century of Executions' was extremely successful - outselling Harry Potter in Waterstones, Swansea during one week! About the Author Roger Williams was born in Newport in 1938 and still lives in the city. He is much in demand by local history groups, and has been a member of the Welsh Arts Council Writers on Tour scheme for more than a decade, giving talks to writers groups across south Wales. He is also a creative writing tutor for Caerphilly Borough Council.
Advantages: The excellent cast doing what they do best, crackling dialogue, suffocating setting, entertaining Disadvantages: None
...Here is a film of so many mixed emotions that it will make your head spin. With larger-than-life characters having a proper go at each other at a family gathering (where else?). Those of you familiar with the Walkers of ABC?s hit TV show "Brothers and Sisters" will know of their infamous dining scenes where no lunch/dinner party is a smooth ride. The Weston family, hailing from Osage County...
Advantages: friendly, great atmosphere at all home games Disadvantages: The division that we are in!!and ticket prices
...After a much better season than last year and seeing magicdaps (Lee Trundle) play I have decided to write a review on Swansea City FC
Here is a brief history
Before the Football Stadium was built, children would like to play football on the dirt ground which had vetch growing on it.(Vetch was a cabbage like plant used as cow feed) By 1911, the field was available for rent as the owners...
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Advantages: Beautiful coves and beaches, good shopping and plenty of parking Disadvantages: None for me
...A place I have enjoyed visiting ever since I was a child is Swansea, South Wales and although my earlier memories are somewhat vague I can vividly recall spending a considerable amount of time with my parents building sand castles on one of the beautiful beaches that the City has to offer. What I particularly love about Swansea is that in additional to enjoying the relaxation of the beaches...